LOUCGII NEAGII DRAINAGE DISTRICT, A inrTrO of thd Trustees of the Louggh Neagh Drainage District wa9 held in! the County Court- House, Belfast, on Friday, the 14th inst. Present- IV. Vernlvu, Esq., J.P., in tho chair; John Cromie, Esq.. D.L., J.P., Major ilUClilntock, J.P., Rev.
FASH [ION, T E F C O U R T. WINDSOR CASTLi, Dre. 13.-The Roval ditiner. party yesterday included the Prince Alfred, the Prli- cess Alice, the Prince Louis of IHesse, the Princess of Lciningen, the Belgian Alinister and Madame Van de Wevel ?? Van de Weyer, Baron Von Westerweller,
MOUNTATINSTOWT) COURSING CLUB. THlE MOULNTAINSTOWVN PRODUCE STAKES. FIRST TIES. Lord Bective's bk d Bayonet beat Mr. Pollock's Bam- boozle. Captain Barleigli Stuart's r d Sirocco beat Captain J. D. Beresford's bk d B3attlc-axe. Lord Lurgan's r d AIlaster G. P. beat Captain Rodon'
WE copy the following" account of the loss Of the Gallway steamer. Connaurght, prifleiptilly from thle Bolston Post, julst received:- Tire entire ctomirtnity were much] startled on, thle morning ol' th itnlst,, try thle intelligcnco, whirich flowon agl's iing toevey section of t
BALLYGAWLEY CHURCII-THlE SYMBOL OF THE CROSS. TO TilM EDITOR OF THE BELFAST NEIVS-LETTER. SiR_ It is with pain and shame that I have seen an account in your joeriial of the attempt made by the Rector of Ballvgasliey to introduce Ronlish ritualism into his Parish; Churcb. The par
AN audaciously dishonest act has been committed in the neighbourhood of Dungannon, under aggravating circumstances, followed by the escape of the accused criminal. Tile person charged is named John Hughes, who was a carpenter residing in Dunganrion. Ile has not been long release
YESTERDAY, the usual weekly meeting of the Board was held at the offices-Mr. ROBERT GREER in the chair. The other Commissioners present were-Dr. Dill, Messrs. J. Cameron, Thomas Gray, George Phillips, Win. Addison, and Robert T. M'Geagh. The SECRETARY *read a protest, lodged by
MIlE JEIVETJ -ROBBPRY AT LADY TALBOT DE IAII\Lm.AIIDE'S. Ox Thursday, at the Westminster Police-court, .Jamles Thomas, a man 30 years of age, descrihing hitusclf a!1 a lapidary, and Elizabeth, his wife, a voman a few years his juniXor, mllost fashionably attired, ware bart, thle
BELFAST CIHJAITTABLE SOCIETY. YEsTE.IDAY, theo niourl meeting, of the lelfasit Clirmitab11 Society wns h elh ie u le 1Btrd1 lnm of thL lit Kitlition, Dci egrill Street, CL t welte 'vl'C IC Mien dile \IAYotl (Win. Evrart, jal., Esq.), occutpied tile chair. 'ile oil gentlenmell pre